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The dishwasher is moving around. i need to replace the wood under the legs. How do i adjust the legs. Plus what type of fasteners should i use into the counter

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It would help if you provide the actual model number of your Miele dishwasher.

Typical installation instructions are shown in this site.

I don't think you would be putting wood under the legs. Most likely it will be a pair of tracks that are listed in the installation instructions. You could try to get these from the Miele service centre in your area.

Hope this helps unless you can let me have the actual model no. of your dishwasher.

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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